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UPDATED: 4/18/18 2:07 pm ET - adds details

GM replaces Cadillac chief de Nysschen

GM, seeking an accelerated turnaround at its flagship luxury brand, appointed Steve Carlisle president of Cadillac, replacing Johan de Nysschen, who is leaving the automaker immediately.
■ Cimarrons, class and 'how I roll': De Nysschen riffs, quips

GM offers in-dash fuel payments in 3-city pilot program

The feature is being piloted in roughly 1 million Chevrolet vehicles at select Shell stations in the Detroit, Seattle and Houston metropolitan areas.

NAFTA talks resume amid push for quick deal

The trio of ministers leading talks to retool NAFTA meet again in Washington beginning Thursday as they continue to push for a deal in principle within weeks.

TRUCK SHOWDOWN

Ford claims 30 mpg F-150 diesel wins pickup mileage crown

The first diesel F-150 will get 30 mpg highway, 22 mpg city and 25 mpg combined, according to EPA estimates, making it the most fuel-efficient full-size pickup when it hits showrooms in May.
■ Ford revives Mustang Cobra Jet for 50th anniversary

Infiniti sets ambitious plan to hike China output

Nissan's Infiniti luxury brand, looking to duck steep tariffs, aims to triple sales in the world's biggest auto market in five years by ramping up production of five new nameplates in China.

UPDATED: 4/18/18 12:59 pm ET
U.S. Senate votes to repeal CFPB's auto-lending guidance

A resolution rescinding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's auto lending guidance, which aims to limit dealerships' retail margin on loans, passed by a narrow margin in the Senate. It will head to the House floor next for a vote.

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The octane game: Auto industry lobbies for 95 as new regular

The auto industry is finally getting traction on its quest to make 95 RON octane gasoline -- basically the same grade as Europe's regular and the lowest grade of premium here...

Toyota readies 'talking' vehicles for 2021

Toyota plans to start selling U.S. vehicles that can talk to each other using short-range wireless technology in 2021, potentially preventing thousands of accidents annually.


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